Chartered jets used to be a perk largely reserved for CEOs, entertainers, and other VIPs. Not anymore. Fractional ownership and air debit cards, which allow companies to purchase a specific amount of time on a corporate jet, have made chartering more affordable. This has, in turn, opened up a broader audience for private flights, which have grown up to 25 percent annually for the past five years, according to reports by the National Aviation Transportation Association. “Since 9/11, we ...

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